Fueling the spirit with food

The members of the Friendly Trio Community Development Corporation won the 2017 Summer Nutrition Champion North Carolina Superior Site Award from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The Friendly Trio CDC, in conjunction with United Way, Clinton City Schools, Second Harvest Food Bank, Sampson County Cooperative Extension Services and a host of other individuals, churches, and businesses, sponsored Friendly Feeding for Kids (3FK), a summer feeding program. During the nine week period, 62 students were fed 700 hot meals and were given 258 bags of nutritious items to take home for weekend meals. Charles Strickland, president, plans to offer the program again during the summer of 2018.

The members of the Friendly Trio Community Development Corporation won the 2017 Summer Nutrition Champion North Carolina Superior Site Award from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The Friendly Trio CDC, in conjunction with United Way, Clinton City Schools, Second Harvest Food Bank, Sampson County Cooperative Extension Services and a host of other individuals, churches, and businesses, sponsored Friendly Feeding for Kids (3FK), a summer feeding program. During the nine week period, 62 students were fed 700 hot meals and were given 258 bags of nutritious items to take home for weekend meals. Charles Strickland, president, plans to offer the program again during the summer of 2018.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/web1_Clinton-City-3.jpgThe members of the Friendly Trio Community Development Corporation won the 2017 Summer Nutrition Champion North Carolina Superior Site Award from the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction. The Friendly Trio CDC, in conjunction with United Way, Clinton City Schools, Second Harvest Food Bank, Sampson County Cooperative Extension Services and a host of other individuals, churches, and businesses, sponsored Friendly Feeding for Kids (3FK), a summer feeding program. During the nine week period, 62 students were fed 700 hot meals and were given 258 bags of nutritious items to take home for weekend meals. Charles Strickland, president, plans to offer the program again during the summer of 2018.